Help us help the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby

It’s an exciting time for the Friends, and you will want to be part of it! The group’s outstanding work since 1995 in reversing the decline in Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby numbers in the Shoalhaven has been recognised by the United Nations Association of Australia (Victoria). You can help our cause with a one-off or recurring donation, becoming a member, symbolically adopting a Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby, buying some merchandise or simply by spreading the word and raising awareness.

Join the Friends


By joining the Friends, you will receive regular newsletters to keep you up to date with the work of the Friends and the National Parks and Wildlife Service Shoalhaven BTRW project. Choose from individual or family memberships.



By making a tax-deductible donation, you can help to preserve a threatened species, and help us move towards a future where Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies thrive in the wild in a biodiverse Australia.

Adopt a Rock-wallaby

A great way to help protect these endangered little Aussie Rock-stars is through a $50 symbolic adoption. The adoption is valid for one year and you will receive an Information Pack that includes details of your chosen Rock-wallaby, as well as our regular newsletters.

Predator control

Understanding the impact of predators on Brush-tailed Rock-wallabies, as well as other native wildlife, is an important step towards looking at ways we can help survival rates.

Christmas Special - Save $20!

Give the Kangaroo Valley Rock-wallabies Security. Give a Symbolic Adoption.

We will send your gift recipient an adoption pack and quarterly Rock-wallaby updates.

 Plus while stocks last we will include a beautiful and intimate Photobook of the secret life of the Kangaroo Valley Rock-wallabies for an extra $50 (usually $70). 

The Christmas Gift for a Friend ... and a Rock-wallaby.

Choose from ten real Kangaroo Valley Rock-wallaby heroes and add a Photo Book to your cart, and use coupon code XMAS2017 when you checkout.

Friends of the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby

A non-profit group providing support for and fostering public awareness of the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby. Learn more or contact us.